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The dashboard for each course puts your student’s progress front and center, with easy-to-read “donuts” displaying their current score (out of 100) across the course as well as within each unit or topic that the course covers. For a more granular look at your student’s accuracy, refer to the Course Outline on the dashboard [...]
Students usually take Algebra 1 in 8th or 9th grade, which means that our course is generally ideal for students between 13 and 15 years of age. However, Piqosity’s courses can be used in a variety of ways. If you have a student in Pre-Algebra who is looking for a challenge, they could take our [...]
Even if it has been a while since you have reviewed Algebra, you can help your child by encouraging them to complete practice on a regular basis - including, but not limited to, the practice they are assigned by an educator. Repetition is important not only in overcoming weaknesses with algebraic concepts, but also in [...]
After a year of Algebra, you should be familiar with: Linear equations and inequalities, including interpreting, solving, and graphing them Systems of linear equations and inequalities Function notation, along with finding the domain and range of various functions Exponents, radicals, arithmetic and geometric sequences, and polynomials Quadratics, including solving and graphing quadratic functions
Children entering the 5th grade are typically around 10 or 11 years old, and our course is ideal for students at that age. However, Piqosity’s courses can be used in a variety of ways. If you have a younger child looking for a challenge, an 8 or 9-year-old could take our course for enrichment purposes. [...]
If your child is struggling with math, one of the best things you can do is to identify their problem areas and spend a little extra time with them each day practicing these concepts. Do your best to apply concepts to real-world, daily issues and to keep math practice positive and fun. If you yourself [...]
By the end of the year, your 5th grader should be able to: Work comfortably with (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) fractions. Work comfortably with (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) decimals to and beyond the hundredth decimal place. Understand and apply the correct order of operations. Graph points on a coordinate plane. Interpret the data [...]